In our dining experience, Sundried Tomato has had some ups and downs over the years, but now it's definitely riding on a high. We hadn't eaten there in several years but were delighted with our recent visit. Well prepared food by chef Moises Villalva, excellent service and a convivial atmosphere made for one of our better meals of late. The menu is fairly standard California-fusion cuisine but the preparation is superior.
On a warm evening in the middle of the week, the cozy patio and the attractive dining room were full. We had made a reservation. The hostess who seated us also took our order promptly as she noticed that the waitress was extremely busy. High marks go to management for this kind of customer care. Our waitress, who arrived soon after, was charming and helpful.
A basket of hot crusty rolls quickly appeared along with their signature sun-dried tomato butter. We really appreciate when restaurants serve their bread hot and crusty, because so few restaurants bother to anymore. The olive bread was particularly nice paired with the butter.